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people to go to. we only tease you because you we like you. jonas, any attempt to cut the debt is going to hurt the economy. >> when you can't fit a driver in a smart car, that's part the of the problem. there are studies that say over million people and other deficits, close the huge deficits might not have a huge effect on the economy, however, if taxes across the board and let's not forget the spending cuts that are ought mattic in the defense industry, defense industry alone is looking at hundreds of thousands of job cuts next year with nos mandatory cuts go into effect. i'm not saying they are. so it's both cutting and taxing, we're too focused on the tax. bottom line, the government takes it out of the system cutting and raising taxes and the small or deficit. that means that people are going to be out of work, almost by definition in the short run. but in the long run it's a healthier economy that doesn't go down the path of greece. if the long run greece would have low unemployment, but they do not, but yes, we're going to go a percent, if it happens the worse case scenario, but
to it. bulls and bears gary b smith, tobin smith. jonas max ferris and larry glazier, welcome to everybody. and larry, you say delay it? >> that'right, that's right, brenda, given the choice between the loss of millions of jobs in a deep and severe recession or delayg a deal in hopes of getting meaningful spending cuts in washington, the kind of spending that would cut the 4 billion dollars worth of additional spending every day, that's the long-term not the short-term torevent being back in this place a year from now and that's going to g the country back on its feet. >> don'tet excited. i know gary b will as well. and short-term uncertainty. it's been long-term and we've been going through this for years a wasngton in the doing anything. what does that do to the economic recovery? >> i think you see it with the stock market, brenda, everything is pretty much frozen. look, you cannot pic up a paper, a paper or lk on the internet and see fiscal crisis. everyone now is focused on it and i don't care if you're inside the beltway or outside the beltway. and it does a couple of th
, everyone, i'm he brenna buttner, this is bulls and bears, and we've got gary b smith, tobin smith. jonas max ferris and susan and larry. okay, larry, no deal on taxes and debt scrooging holiday sales and the economy? >> that's right, brenda, you know, i don't want to be the grinch here, but in a word we are scrooged. >> the grinch! >> very, very optimistic expectations and an outlook for retail sales that was very rosie and those optimistic expectations have faded as we've gotten closer and closer tthe end of the year with no fiscal cliff deal in sight. and as a result, consumer sentiment is falling off a cliff, just like the fiscal cliff we're going to fall off so we've got a problem on our hands and couldn't happen at a worse time and today, super saturday, the second busiest day of the year. >> brenda: well, a lot of retailers are saving the big discounts until right at christmas and after. if consumers know that, maybe they're waiting, too? >> that's right. a lot of us are procrastinators and haven't started our shopping and a ways to go. you retail holiday season ends on january 31s
a shed deal. brenda buttner, bulls and bears. gary b smith, tobin smith. jonas max ferris. a no deal better than a bad deal. >> it would create more uncertainty or one of the deals they're talking about, which is raising taxes and now, and they trust us, we'll get to the spending cuts later , let's not worry about that right now. the last thing we want to see is a we-need congress and a weak-willed president patting themselves on the back because they have some watered down deal. i think they need to feel some ain, i think they need to see he the implication in the markets, in the ecomy, so, yes, i think no deal right now is better than a bad deal. >> okay, gary b, jim mentioned the market, let me play wall street on tv. basically i'm sick of this. 'm going to keep heading south because the uncertainty, the anxiety is killing me. if we had any kind of deal, at least we might see stocks move up a bit. that wld be good for our 401(k)'s, wouldn't it? >> that's exactly my perspective, brenda. this was a really rough week on the market and it's all related to, n the-- not the fiscal cliff
will be aware of that and between now and the 31 there is adequate time. >> i think the question is jonas if they decide want to include it what is the notice period? >> staff needs a minimum of 20 days to get the notice out for that hearing. >>i think i will make my motion to include that at this time and that gives us an additional meeting day in the month of january because we were down to three and to not meet on the five of december which is the first day of chanukkah and the rest of the schedule as presented. >> i think there are some additional comment. commissioner sugaya. >> yes. i would like to have the commission give consideration to perhaps inserting the january thursday, but substituting another thursday somewhere in that long string of meetings that we have in between february and may and that could be the end of march for example or something like that just to give us a break in there. >> we always have the ability of scheduling more meetings and canceling them or postponing -- >> yeah, it's probably easier to cancel meetings than reschedule them. >> right. >> because we
be the jonas brothers. >> he loves the jonas brothers. >> reporter: in addition to the hospital visit, pryor talked with students at barack obama academy. they played a little touch football and the kids learned a valuable lesson. >> i taught them about the 10 second rule, to decide if this is a good thing i should be doing or not? >> reporter: the raiders presented a check for $10,000 as par of the nfl grant. five students got to ask questions. >> they gave me a helmet. >> a lot of us came from the same type of place these kids are coming from. we want to let these kids know that we care and there is something good that can come out of them. >>> backlash this morning over the university of california's new logo. on the right old logo on the left we are familiar with that one some have started online petition on facebook saying the old look is much more elegant. spokesperson says the traditional symbol will still appear on official documents. the new one will appear on marketing materials and websites. the school says it wanted something more user-friendly. i'm biting my tongue, because i'm
, a bull or bear oth. >> i'm bearish, i think it's going back down to single digs. >> brenda: finally jonas your prediction. >> brenda 2013 is the year the robot takes over, and it's going to solid in the vacuum cleaner robotics business and they're leading in 2013. >> brenda: oh, my god, you cannot replace him. that's, you know, have you ever done anything like that? and quickly guys we're going to go around the brady bunch circle here, the square. mar is the market going, jonas. >> up. >> brenda: and toby, how about a you? >> it's going down and then it's going up. >> brenda: and then gary b? >> it's going up in 2013. >> brenda: cavuto on business in three,two... >> hink taxes are not going up if these guys pull off a last minute miracle? think again. hi, everybody, i'm dagen mcdowell in for neil cavuto and fox on top of a clock ticking down. less than 62 hours until it all goes town and i'm not talking about thatall in time square or those automatic tax hikes and spending cuts lmakers are scrambling to avoid. i'm talking about taxes going up no matter what. taxes in the president's heal
the u.s. stocks all the way. >> brenda: jonas, prediction? go for it. >> there's a helium shortage and it's good tore air products and chemicals up 20% for the year, up and up and away. >> brenda: toby? >> and now what? i don't think it's helium he's ingesting right there. (laughter) >> and happy birthday, toby. >> thank you very much. >> brenda: take it away, plea please. >> neil: with the fiscal doomsday 30 days away and us 16 trillion bucks in the red. is there any time for shelling out more green. hi, everyone, happy to have you. and so much for the spending cuts to cut our debt and falling for billions in new stimulus spending. get this, it would be part of the dough aimed at avoiding a cliff by creating more spending. are you following this? i'm not. maybe these guys are. ben stein, charles payne, sandra smith and adam and charl charlie. >> you laugh because you want to cry. >> neil: sometimes you laugh simply because you want to laugh. (laughter) >> since november 2011, we're 30 days away from this. are you serious? you want 50 billion in stimulus? it's nuts, crazy and dis
potential language and if i could get the overhood jonas and it's in the packet of materials we distributed for you. we did review this language with the city attorney's office to make sure there were no secret issues or other considerations and i will just read it into the record. and this potential language is up for you to consider, act on, or not act on it at your disis scrugz. this is draft language we prepared. this would go at the end of the first chapter of the land use chapter. possibly contain objective "support land uses and near
involved. >> brenda: jonas, what do you think. >> bad for the stock. and samsung, i feel like i put good money out after bad. >> and up to the hand. >> and the todd bull or bear. >> a bear, gaining market share. >> brenda: and you google best business anchor guess what you get? neil cavuto and he's up next. . >> no guts, no glory, are we surprised, no deal? so far, not a december to remember, and not with these cast of characters this december, a far cry from these cast of characters, 40 years ago, this december. the month and year man walked his last steps on the moon. it's weird. four decades ago it seemed like nothing we couldn't do and today looking at the fiscal charade in washington, nothing we can do. >> welcome, i'm neil cavuto and 40 years after man left the lunar surface, politicians barely scratching the surface. >> 20 years after the astronauts made the impossible, possible. finger pointing spend thrifts who make the possible, impossible. how did we go from reaching for the stars to reaching to the other guy's throats. the astronauts who went to the moon and here for you
of weak it me, bearish right now. >> brenda: and jonas, prediction. >> if you are watching the show you made it through the mayan apocalypse and lend out money 20 years, vanguard. >> brenda: toby what do you >> we survived the millennium and get 10% in a year. >> brenda: two years, better than losing money. all right. to all of you out there from all the elves on bulls and bears, merry, merry christmas. don't go anywhere because up next, neil cavuto. >> well, they're goofing off and we're headed off the cliff. i'm neil cavuto. instead of leading down for christmas break, this is what's going on on capitol hill. santa, santa, delivering coal to republican leaders, apparently, is not a fan of cutting government spending. wonder why he wore red, but i digress. house minority leader nancy pelosi using props to deliver pretty much-- >> more than 20 million children will have reduced food and nutrition benefits. merry christmas to you and yours. 1 1.7 sick million seniors will lose meals on wheels. happy holidays to you. >> neil: 330 million americans will face a recession, happy holiday to
. >> and they are good sports. >> who is that on your pillow? >> those would be the jonas brothers. >> he loves the jonas brothers. >> in addition to the hospital visit, he recently talked with students at oakland's barack obama academy. they played touch football and the kids learned a available lesson. joy i taught them about the 10 -- >> i taught them about the 10-second rule. they have 10 seconds to decide is this something i should be doing or not? that's the best way to do it. >> here the raiders presented a check for $10,000 as part of the play 60 grant. five lucky students got to ask some hard-hitting questions like how did they get so buff? and it is a chance for them to see heros up close. >> a lot of us came from the same place these kids are coming from. it let us know they cared. we want these kids to know we do care and something good can come out of them. >> he was saying that growing up he never got to interact with nfl players and that's why they like to get out. >>> speaking of the raiders they had the weekend off. but he was kind enough to sit down and talk about football, al davis and
is that on your pillow? >> those would be the jonas brothers. >> he loves the jonas brothers. >> in addition to the hospital visit, he recently talked with students at oakland's barack obama academy. they played touch football and the kids learned a available lesson. joy i taught them about the 10 -- >> i taught them about the 10-second rule. they have 10 seconds to decide is this something i should be doing or not? that's the best way to do it. >> here the raiders presented a check for $10,000 as part of the play 60 grant. five lucky students got to ask some hard-hitting questions like how did they get so buff? and it is a chance for them to see heros up close. >> a lot of us came from the same place these kids are coming from. it let us know they cared. we want these kids to know we do care and something good can come out of them. >> he was saying that growing up he never got to interact with nfl players and that's why they like to get out. >>> speaking of the raiders they had the weekend off. but he was kind enough to sit down and talk about football, al davis and a >>> the raider season
're going to talk about stripping. >> she's stripped down to her underwear. she's thrown things at the jonas brothers. what does kathy griffin have in store for tonight? i sat down with this comedienne and our own anderson cooper, and i was blushing within five seconds. i've got the word on their new year's eve special. watch out, taylor swift. ame you. you tell us the price you want to pay, and we give you a range of options to choose from. careful, though -- that kind of power can go to your head. that explains a lot. yo, buddy! i got this. gimme one, gimme one, gimme one! the power of the "name your price" tool. only from progressive. trying to find a better job can likbe frustrating.gs, so at university of phoenix we're working with a growing list of almost two thousand corporate partners - companies like microsoft, american red cross and adobe - to create options for you. not only that, we're using what we learn from these partners to shape our curriculum, so that when you find the job you want you'll be a perfect fit. let's get to work. >>> they're back. anderson cooper and kathy griff
. >> reporter: in five years, levesque has mentored 300 people. jonas jacox has worked here since last month. >> i did, like, 12 years in the penitentiary. i'm trying to do something different. >> reporter: what were you in jail for? >> i was in jail for a lot of -- attempted murder, gun cases. if i didn't have this situation where i know i can come in here and build my skills and have a career in the future, i would be plotting on how i was going to pay my bills. >> reporter: they just want somebody to put their arm around them and tell them, you did a good job. and that's what i do. >> reporter: the things that come into this shop are banged up and neglected. but thanks to alex levesque, they leave in much better shape. [ car starts ] >> yeah! >> reporter: dean reynolds, cbs news, chicago. >> and that's the "cbs evening news" for tonight. for all of us at cbs news all around the world, good night. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. >>> good evening, i'm elizabeth cook. >> i'm allen martin. san jose long billed itsel
something different. food is a great idea. here to talk to us is jona, a blogger. this isn't just a regular drink mixer. >> it's not. it's an electric cocktail mixer. you can use it to mix up your lie bases during the -- libations during the holidays. they usually are more expensive but i got this one at hills kitchen around southeast d.c. that was under $25. >> you can see these. i've seen these for $57 and they're still plastic. there isn't anything different about them. it's putting air in wine. again, these are all from small businesses. our agoing to do plenty of shopping at the big chains. take care of the small businesses as well. >> another thing is this cutting board in the shape of d.c. >> i noticed that. >> i thought it was pretty cool. so you can serve it as a cutting board or a serving platter for cheeses. >> are these cheese things, too? >> no. these are cookie cutters. you can use these for when you're doing your sugar cookies around the holidays. >> this looks like it's in the shape of-- >> virginia. >> this cracks me up, even the title of this. the vegan junk food cookbook.
before we have an adequate vaccine. alexandra levine worked with jonas salk on what was to be his last major project: looking for a vaccine for h.i.v./aids. if the virus could be altered in some way so that it was seen as foreign by the defense system, then perhaps a patient who was already infected could be vaccinated with this altered h.i.v., forcing his immune system to see it and try to destroy it. that was dr. salk's original thought. he was driven to solve this in the same sense that he was driven to solve the polio issue. those ideas are still current. i do believe that we'll have better ways to deliver the so-called antigens, the immune stimulus, rather than use killed virus, which presents some public health risks. and the issue of whether we'll have vaccines to use during the treatment of disease, i think, is still a moot point, but it's one that's being tested in that situation and many others. and we, i think, need to push forward even with vaccine candidates that don't seem as promising as, say, the polio virus vaccine is, because those vaccines have been extraordinarily e
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investment. >> the whole debate is a far cry from the days of jonas salk, who, in 1955, announced he developed a vaccine for polio. >> who owns the patent on this vaccine? >> there is no patent. this is--could you patent the sun? >> he said it was like trying to patent the sun. >> yes, i know. but maybe it was a slightly different time. today you're going to have to have people to get their investment back. >> but they're not selling cars; they're selling health. >> whether it's cars or health, there has to be a profit for some investor to invest. if we want to eliminate profit, i think we're talking about a different economic system. >> i don't think people are talking about the elimination of profit; they're talking about a reasonable cost. >> again, i think that, yes, i'd like the test to be cheaper. and when the patents expire, they will be. >> the last of myriad's patents on the breast cancer genes expires in eight years, but if chris hansen has his way, that could be even sooner. he's the lead lawyer for the american civil liberties union in what could be a landmark case agains
disease that struck terror into the hearts of parents every summer. dr. jonas salk convinced medical researchers and charities like the march of dimes to instead turn their focus from treatment with devices like the iron lung to ending the disease itself. because of that kind of forward thinking, polio has now been largely eradicated and does not threaten children in the united states although it remains in a few isolated outposts around the world. we can see even more cutting edge examples today. my home state of delaware, just earlier this week, i met with scientific researchers, dr. kemeck from delaware state university and the leaders of a company called orthogenics that is taking on the audacious goal of ending sickle cell anemia. that particular effort banishing this disease from bodies around the world through research and development is something supported by public-private partnership. in the end, private contributions, extraordinary generosity by sandy and sue greenberg and his family are critically important. i also happen to believe there is a vital role for partnership w
such conversations we're having with retiring members. jonas freight sit down with ben nelson -- join us for a sit down with ben nelson. he helped forge a domination. that is 8:00 p.m. eastern here on c-span. interviews with two retired house members. first jerry lewis and later, a conversation with california lynn woolsey. the epa administrator has announced her decision to resign her posts in january. the chief environmental watchdog is stepping down after a nearly four this year tenure , new controls on coal-fired plants. jackson found herself caught between administration pledges to solve controversial problems and steady resistant from groups that complaint the rules destroy jobs and make it harder for american companies to compete internationally. that is from the ap. steny hoyer will talk about the looming fiscal cliff during a briefing later today. that will be about 2:15 eastern and we'll have that life for you here on c-span. kent conrad is retiring after 26 years in office. he talked about partisanship in the senate and his time working on economic issues including his time on the bowle
are the numbers. host: also, send us an e-mail and jonas on facebook, -- join us on facebook or you can send us a tweet. let's take a scan of the headlines and we begin with "the atlanta journal-constitution." a lot of talking but still no votes. the deadline has come and gone. one last day for a fiscal deal is the headline from "the boston globe." we are also keeping an eye on wall street. the markets are queasy. from the headlines "the wall street journal." host: a lot of activity on the house and senate chamber. we will be falling all of that on the c-span networks. we have the deputy white house editor from politico. tell us where we stand. guest: we stand in limbo, is the best way to put it. the senate was hoping they could be the ones to reach a deal over the weekend and they could not and that has left things in the house still waiting for the senate to move with the house acting yesterday. they did a procedural change so they could vote quickly on a senate deal if there is a senate deal. it doesn't look like we're likely headed to one at this time. host: that leads to lay blame game an
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